The New York State
Integrated Justice Information
Exchange Project
BJA Regional Information Sharing Conference:
Information Exchange Modeling/Business
Process Mapping
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March 27, 2007
Presenter
• Connie Snyder: Director, IT Development
New York State Division of Criminal Justice
Services
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Governance
• Needed to establish governance structure to
address information technology integration
issues
• Integrated Justice Advisory Board was
established for this purpose
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Governance
• NYS Integrated Justice Advisory Board (IJAB)
is responsible for:
– Coordinating interagency technology
initiatives
– Advising the Commissioners of the NYS
Criminal Justice agencies on information
sharing and system integration projects
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Governance
• IJAB enhances the ability to obtain agency
buy-in and collaboration early in the project
development lifecycle – helping to maximize
the potential for successful project outcomes.
• Integrated Justice Architecture Team has
been established.
• Subcommittee on XML Best Practices and
Standards has been created to guide proper
development and implementation of
information exchanges.
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NYS Problem to be Addressed
Need to facilitate integrated justice
information systems planning and
implementation by enhancing the ability
to access and share critical criminal
justice information electronically at key
decisions points throughout the criminal
justice process
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Solution: NYS eJusticeNY:
Integrated Justice Portal
Improve the administration
of justice and homeland
security by providing
authorized users, from all
levels of government,
access to available
comprehensive justice and
homeland security
information when and
where it is needed
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Builds upon:
• DCJS legacy portal known as
eJusticeNY (1,500 agencies
and 30,000 individual users)
and
• New York State Police
Information Network
(NYSPIN) (700 agencies and
approximately 50,000 users)
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Current Access to Information
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Access to Information via the
eJusticeNY Integrated Justice
Portal
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Includes applications for five criminal justice
agencies:
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Division of State Police
Division of Criminal Justice Services
Division of Parole
Department of Correctional Services
Office of Homeland Security
The Integrated Justice Portal will provide service
applications for:
• Criminal History Information (Rapsheet)
Inquiries
• NCIC searches
• NLETS requests
• Name Search inquiries
• Vehicle inquiries
• Sex Offender inquiries
• Warrant updates and inquiries
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Integrated Justice Portal service applications
(continued):
• Missing persons updates and inquiries
• Notifications (both solicited and unsolicited)
• Fingerprint-based criminal history responses
• Status of fingerprints transactions
• Probation updates and inquiries
• DOCS inmate tracking
• Parole Records Management
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Use of JIEM and GJXDM in
the NYS Integrated Justice
Portal
Original Plan: Analysis of exchanges using the
JIEM tool and development of XML schemas
based on GJXDM was a central element of New
York’s strategy of effective integration of
criminal justice information systems
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• GJXDM has converged with
the National Information
Exchange Model (NIEM), with
GJXDM becoming the justice
domain of NIEM
• Version 4.0 of the GJXDM will
be released concurrently with
the release of version 1.1 of
NIEM in the early second
quarter of 2007
• GJXDM 3.1 was not released
as scheduled
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• Obtain clarification
and understanding
of NIEM changes
• Clearly identify
project implications
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NYS makes a strategic decision
to adopt NIEM
• Adopt NIEM 1.0 for the
development and
implementation of eJustice:
Integrated Justice Portal
exchanges.
• Extend this version to
incorporate all extensions
that are required to meet the
NYS business needs. This
extended model becomes the
NYS canonical model.
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The Role of JIEM
• So much information
to exchange in our
new Integrated
Justice Portal
• JIEM is where you
start!
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The Role of JIEM
• Assists criminal justice organizations with
their integrated justice information systems
planning and implementation
• A tool to collect requirements from users
• A business analysis tool not a system
development tool
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• “As Is” and “To-be”
capability enables
documentation of the
information exchange
as it currently exists
and a blueprint for
improved information
sharing in the future
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The Role of JIEM
• Baseline JIEM Database established for
NYS Criminal Justice Agencies as part of
NYS Integrated Justice efforts
• The New York State JIEM Databases
consists of over 1800 exchanges in
different stages of development
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The Role of JIEM
• JIEM was used to document information
exchanges between DCJS and law
enforcement agencies for Wanted, Missing,
and Unidentified Persons NIEM exchanges
• This was an important first step in the
development of our first Information
Exchange Package Documentations (IEPDs)
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The Role of JIEM
• Over 100 NIEM-Compliant IEPDS have been
developed thus far for our Integrated Justice
Portal, 49 of which have been posted to the
Clearinghouse for use by other criminal
justice organizations
• All began with JIEM!
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• Use of JIEM in NYS
XML Standard
Practices is
identified as a
critical starting
point for integrated
justice planning
and implementation
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Lessons Learned
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• Training is
essential - training
provided to SMEs,
system analysts
and developers
and even
consultants!
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• Use of JIEM facilitates
the ability of the
business to drive the
technology, not the
technology to drive the
business
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• Important to
Understand the “fit”
between JIEM and
NIEM/GJXDM
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Anticipated Benefits Of Using
JIEM and NIEM
• Improved integration
• Access to more criminal justice applications
and functionality
• Build on the “One-Stop Shopping” concept
• State WebServices available to localities
• All resulting in improved public safety!
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Contact Information
Connie Snyder
Director, IT Development
Office of Justice Information Services
NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services
Telephone: (518) 485-7928
e-mail: [email protected]
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Thanks!
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